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August 28, 1987 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-28

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Maccabia

Continued from Page 5

Kernis, Robb Lakritz, Gabe
Levitt, Ari Nessel, Jeff
Rosenblum, Josh Rubin, Brad
Shulman, David Singer, Dale
Turken and Kevin We-
ingarden. The team was
coached by 'Ibny Spokajny.
Detroit took the bronze
medal in boys basketball.
Coached by Burt Hurshe and
Doug Hoffman, the team in-
cluded Glenn Bassipour, Erik
Brand, Mark Herman, Matt
Hoffman, David Hubert, Joey
Hurshe, Steve Kernis, An-
drew Moers, Seth Petty and
Adam Shapiro.
Nine members of the
Detroit Maccabi Club swim
team collected a whopping 59
medals in individual events.
They were led by coach Herb
Bernstein's daughter Dena,
who had little competition in
the age 15-16 girls bracket.
Dena took 12 gold medals.
Wendy Dworkin won three
silver and two bronze medals;
Rachel Erdstein, seven gold;
Erica Rice, four bronze; Nat
Canvasser, two gold, three
silver, one bronze; Loren
Dworkin, one bronze; Robert
Kamins, five gold, four silver;
David Hitsky, one silver, four
bronze; and Jordan Greens-
tein, seven gold, four silver.
Seth Hoffman and Scott
Castleman won gold medals
for coach Marianne Ring's
tennis team. Tennis silver
medalists were Lisa Garber,
Jared Miller and Lawrence
Levy. Bronze medal winners
were David Goldfarb, Andrew
Horowitz, Erin Einhorn,
Danielle Garber, Tracy Op-
penheim, Missy Castleman,
Jennifer Goldfarb and Derek
Einhorn.
The track meet at the
regional games was opened to
all competitors, and athletes
from other sports joined the
track team in competition.
Detroit's team was coached by
Merel Epstein and Joel
Kashdan. Gold medals were
awarded to Steve Goldman,
three, and Rachel Goldsmith,
two, as well as Leyla
Franklin, Andrew Horowitz,
Jacob Hoffman and Seth Hoff-
man, two. Silver medalists
were Sara Kolodin, Leyla
Franklin, Erin Einhorn Dena
Bernstein, Rachel Goldsmith,
Marc Goldman, Nat Can-
vasser, Andrew Horowitz,
Merrick Sakwa and Jacob
Hoffman.
Bronze medals were won by
Jacob Hoffman, Erik Brand,
Merrick Sakwa and Jordon
'Greenstein.
Ann Arbor' sent a five-
member team under coach
Lynn Grabczynski. Michael
Newman, Julie Smith, David
Tripodi and Joshua Charson
competed in track, and Ran-
dy Cohen was in the tennis
tournament. Tripodi took a
gold medal, Smith won a
bronze, and Charson missed a
bronze in the 800 meter when
judges used a photograph td

decide the finish.
The Detroit Maccabi Club
will sponsor several team
sports this winter, with many
of the athletes pointing
towards the. North American
. Maccabi Youth Games, which
will be held in Chicago next
summer.

Congressmen

Continued from Page 5

when they return to their of-
fices today.
Ruth Broder in Carl
Levin's Detroit office termed
Kunovoy's letter "astounding.
In my view this is just not a
serious letter. It just came out
of the blue." Broder said
Levin's staff will prepare
several options for Levin to
consider as a response.
Kutovoy's letter was
responding to a request from
Carl Levin. It was part of a
publicity campaign started by
Keith Braun to win his wife's
release. In July, 100 con-
gressmen signed a letter
demanding Svetlana's
release, and the couple has
been the subject of major
stories in the New York
Times, letters in the Chris-
tian Science Monitor, a report
on national public radio, and
a nationally-syndicated
television show that aired
this week.

LOCAL NEWS

Rackman
To Present
Dinner Awards

Rabbi Emanuel Rackman

Rabbi Emanuel Rackman,
chancellor of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, will be the presenter at
Wednesday's dinner at which
Emery I. Klein will receive an
honorary fellowship from the
university and Sen. Carl
Levin will receive its Joseph
H. Lookstein Community
Service Award.

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